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Peer Reviewed Journal Articles – Bettina Meiser

  1. 1. Peer Reviewed Journal Articles – Bettina Meiser 1. Mireskandari S, Meiser B, Thewes B. Evaluation of a support workshop for partners of breast cancer patients. Accepted by Cancer Forum on 2/6/2006 pending minor changes. 2. Kasparian NA, Meiser B, Butow PN, Job RFS, Mann GJ. Better to know the devil? An exploration of the psychological issues surrounding genetic testing for familial melanoma. Accepted by Journal of Genetic Counseling on 24/3/2006. 3. Kasparian NA, Meiser B, Butow PN, Job RFS, Mann GJ. Anticipated uptake of genetic testing for familial melanoma in an Australian sample: An exploratory study. Accepted by Psycho-Oncology 24/2/2006. 4. Tiller K, Meiser B, Gaff C, Kirk J, Dudding T, Phillips KA, Tucker K. A Randomised Controlled Trial Of A Decision Aid For Women At Increased Risk Of Ovarian Cancer. Accepted pending minor revisions by Medical Decision Making on 10/8/2005. 5. Nagle C, Lewis S, Meiser B, Metcalfe S, Carlin J, Bell R, Gunn J, Halliday J. Evaluation of a decision aid for prenatal testing of fetal abnormalities: a cluster randomised trial. BMC Public Health 2006;6:96. 6. Barlow-Stewart K, Yeo S, Meiser B, Goldstein D, Tucker K, Eisenbruch M. Towards cultural competence in cancer genetic counseling and genetics education: Lessons learned from Chinese-Australians. Genetics in Medicine 2006;8(1):1-8. 7. Mireskandari S, Meiser B, Sherman K, Warner BJ, Andrews L, Tucker K. Evaluation of the needs and concerns of partners of women at high risk of developing breast/ovarian cancer. Psycho-Oncology 2006;15:96-108. 8. Meiser B, Dunn S, Dixon J, Powell LW. Psychological adjustment and knowledge about hereditary hemochromatosis in a clinic-based sample: A prospective study. Journal of Genetic Counseling 2005;14(6):453-463. 9. Thewes B, Meiser B, Duric V, Stockler M, Taylor A, Stuart-Harris R, Links M, Wilcken N, MacLachlan SA, Phillips KA, Beith J, Boyle F, Friedlander ML. What survival benefits do pre-menopausal early breast cancer patients need to make endocrine therapy worthwhile? Lancet Oncology 2005;6:581-588. 10. Meiser B. Psychological impact of genetic testing for cancer susceptibility: An update of the literature. Psycho-Oncology 2005;14:1060-1074 [Invited article]. 11. Thewes B, Meiser, B, Taylor A, Phillips KA, Pendlebury S, Capp A, Dalley D, Goldstein D, Baber R, Friedlander ML. The fertility- and menopause-related information needs of younger women with a diagnosis of early breast cancer. Journal of Clinical Oncology 2005;23(22):5155-5165. 12. Collins V, Meiser B, Halliday J, Gaff C, St John J. Screening and preventive behaviour one year following predictive genetic testing for hereditary non-polyposis colorectal cancer. Cancer 2005;104(2):273-278. 13. Gunn H, Meiser B, Thewes B, Cairns D. An evaluation of support groups for young women with early breast cancer. Cancer Forum 2005;29(1):20-25. 14. Tiller K, Meiser B, Reeson E, Tucker M, Dudding T, Friedlander M, Andrews L. Information-giving and decision-making preferences and intended risk management strategies of women at increased risk for ovarian cancer. Psycho-Oncology 2005;14:249-261. 15. Yeo S, Meiser B, Eisenbruch M, Goldstein D, Tucker K, Barlow-Stewart K. Understanding beliefs of Chinese-Australians about cancer: The utility of an ethnographic approach. Psycho- Oncology 2005; 14: 714-186. 16. Lobb EA, Butow PN, Barratt A, Meiser B, Tucker, K. Differences in individual approaches: Communication in the familial breast cancer consultation and the effect on patient outcomes. Journal of Genetic Counseling 2005; 14(1): 174-186. 17. Butow PN, Meiser B, Price M, Bennett B, Tucker K, Davenport T, Hickie I, and the Kathleen Cuningham National Consortium for Research into Familial Breast Cancer Psychosocial
  2. 2. Group. Psychological adjustment of women at increased risk of developing breast cancer: A controlled study. Psycho-Oncology 2005; 14: 196-203. 18. Meiser B, Mitchell PB, McGirr H, Van Herten M, Schofield PR. Implications of genetic risk information in families with a high density of bipolar disorder: An exploratory study. Social Science and Medicine 2005; 60(1): 109-118. 19. Muir A, Meiser B, Tucker M, Tucker K, Andrews L, Friedlander M. Attitudes and barriers to participation in chemoprevention trials in women at high risk of developing breast cancer. Journal of Psychosocial Oncology 2004;22(4):31-46. 20. Meiser B, Collins V, Warren R, Gaff C, St John J, Young MA, Harrop K, Brown J, Halliday J. Psychological impact of genetic testing for hereditary non-polyposis colorectal cancer. Clinical Genetics 2004; 66: 502-511. 21. Andrews L, Meiser B, Apicella C, Hopper J, Tucker K. Impact of genetic testing for breast cancer susceptibility in women of Ashkenazi background. Genetic Testing 2004; 8(3): 240- 247. 22. Lobb EA, Butow PN, Meiser B, Barratt A, Gaff C, Young, MA, Haan E, Suthers G, Gattas M, Tucker K. Communication and information-giving in high-risk breast cancer consultations: Influence on patient outcomes. British Journal of Cancer 2004; 90(2): 321-327. 23. Lobb E, Meiser B. Genetic counselling in women from hereditary breast/ovarian cancer families considering prophylactic surgery. Lancet [Invited Commentary] 2004; 363(9424): 1841. 24. Eisenbruch M, Yeo S, Meiser B, Goldstein D, Tucker K, Barlow-Stewart K. Optimizing clinical practice in cancer genetics with cultural competence: Lessons to be learned from ethnographic research with Chinese-Australians. Social Science and Medicine 2004; 59(2):235-248. 25. Meiser B, Butow PN, Price M, Bennett B, Berry G, Tucker K, and the Kathleen Cuningham National Consortium for Research into Familial Breast Cancer Psychosocial Group. Attitudes to prophylactic strategies in Australian women at increased risk for breast cancer. Journal of Women’s Health 2003; 12(8): 769-788. 26. Duric V, Butow P, Sharpe L, Lobb E, Meiser B, Barratt A, Tucker K. Reducing psychological distress in a genetic counseling consultation for breast cancer. Journal of Genetic Counseling 2003; 12(3): 243-265. 27. Thewes B, Meiser B, Tucker K, Schnieden V. Screening for psychological distress in women at increased risk of developing breast cancer. Psychology, Health and Medicine 2003;8(3):289-304. 28. Lobb EA, Butow PN, Meiser B, Barratt A, Gaff C, Young MA, Kirk J, Gattas M, Gleeson M, Tucker K. Women’s preferences and consultands’ communication of risk in consultations about familial breast cancer: Impact on patient outcomes. Journal of Medical Genetics 2003;40:e56. 29. Butow PN, Lobb EA, Meiser B, Barratt A, Tucker K. Psychological aspects of genetic testing and counselling in women at increased risk of developing breast cancer: A summary of the literature for clinicians. Medical Journal of Australia 2003; 178:77-81. 30. Thewes B, Meiser B, Rickard J, Friedlander M. Fertility- and menopause-related information needs of younger women with breast cancer. Psycho-Oncology 2003; 12:500-511. 31. Tiller K, Meiser B, Reeson E, Tucker M, Andrews L, Kirk J, Gaff C, Phillips K, Friedlander M. Development of a decision aid for women at risk for ovarian cancer. International Journal of Gynecological Oncology 2003 13, 1-8. 32. Thewes B, Meiser B, Tucker M, Tucker K. The unmet support needs of women with a family history of breast cancer: A descriptive study. Journal of Genetic Counseling 2003; 12(1):61- 76.
  3. 3. 33. Meiser B, Butow P, Friedlander M, Barratt A, Schnieden V, Watson M, Brown J, Tucker K. Psychological impact of genetic testing for women for breast cancer susceptibility. European Journal of Cancer 2002; 38:2025-31. 34. Lobb EA, Butow PN, Meiser B, Barratt A, Tucker K, Gaff C, Young MA, Kirk J, Suthers G, Tucker K. Tailoring communication in consultations with women from high-risk breast cancer families. British Journal of Cancer 2002; 87(5): 502-508. 35. Tiller K, Meiser B, Butow PN, Clifton M, Thewes B, Friedlander M, Tucker K. Psychological impact of prophylactic oophorectomy in women at risk of developing ovarian cancer. Gynecological Oncology 2002; 86: 212-219. 36. Lobb EA, Butow PN, Meiser B, Barratt A, Kirk J, Gattas M, Haan E, Tucker K. The use of audiotapes in consultations with women from high-risk breast cancer families: A randomised trial. Journal of Medical Genetics 2002; 39: 697-703. 37. Meiser B, Halliday J. What is the impact of genetic counseling in women at increased risk of developing hereditary breast cancer: A meta-analytic review. Social Science and Medicine 2002; 54(10): 1463-1470. 38. Thewes B, Meiser B, Hickie I. Psychometric properties of the Impact of Events Scale amongst women at increased risk for hereditary breast cancer. Psycho-Oncology 2001; 10(6): 459-468. 39. Meiser B, Eisenbruch M, Barlow-Stewart K, Tucker K, Steel Z, Goldstein D. Cultural Aspects of Cancer Genetics: Setting a Research Agenda. Journal of Medical Genetics 2001; 38:425- 429. 40. Meiser B, Butow P, Barratt A, Schnieden V, Gattas M, Kirk J, Gaff C, Suthers G, Tucker K, and the Psychological Impact Collaborative Group. Long-term outcomes of genetic counselling in women at increased risk of developing hereditary breast cancer. Patient Education and Counseling 2001; 44: 215-225. 41. Lobb E, Butow P, Meiser B, Tucker K, Barratt A. How do geneticists and genetic counselors counsel women from high-risk breast cancer families? Journal of Genetic Counseling 2001; 10(2); 185-199. 42. Meiser B, Butow P, Barratt A, Gattas M, Gaff C, Haan E, Gleeson M, Dudding T, Tucker K, and the Psychological Impact Collaborative Group. Risk perceptions and knowledge of breast cancer genetics in women at increased risk of developing hereditary breast cancer. Psychology and Health 2001; 16(3): 297-311. 43. Meiser B, Tiller K, Gleeson M, Andrews L, Robertson G, Tucker K. Psychological impact of prophylactic oophorectomy in women at increased risk for ovarian cancer. Psycho-Oncology 2000; 9: 496-503. 44. Meiser B, Butow P, Schnieden V, Gattas M, Gaff C, Bankier A, Harrop K, Young MA, Tucker K. Psychological characteristics of women at increased risk of developing hereditary breast cancer. Psychology, Health and Medicine 2000; 5(4): 377-388. 45. Meiser B, Dunn S. Psychological impact of genetic testing for Huntington disease: An update of the literature for clinicians. Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery and Psychiatry 2000; 69:574-578. (Also published in: Western Journal of Medicine). 46. Meiser B, Butow P, Friedlander M, Schnieden V, Gattas M, Kirk J, Suthers G, Haan E, Tucker K. Attitudes to prophylactic mastectomy in women at increased risk of developing hereditary breast cancer. Journal of Clinical Oncology 2000; 18(11): 2250-2257. 47. Meiser B, Butow P, Barratt A, Suthers G, Smith M, Colley A, Thompson E, Tucker K. Attitudes to genetic testing for breast cancer susceptibility in women at increased risk of developing hereditary breast cancer. Journal of Medical Genetics 2000; 37:472-476. 48. Meiser B, Butow P, Barratt AL, Friedlander M, Kirk J, Gaff C, Haan E, Aittomäki K, Tucker K. Breast cancer screening uptake in women at increased risk of developing hereditary breast cancer. Breast Cancer Research and Treatment 2000; 59(2); 101-111.
  4. 4. 49. Meiser B, Gleeson M, Tucker K. Psychological impact of genetic testing for adult-onset disorders: An update for clinicians. Medical Journal of Australia 2000; 172: 126-129. 50. Meiser B, Butow P, Barratt AL, Friedlander M, Gattas M, Kirk J, Suthers G, Walpole I, Tucker K. Screening utilisation and attitudes to prophylactic oophorectomy in women at increased risk of developing hereditary ovarian cancer. Gynecologic Oncology 1999; 75: 122- 129. 51. Huang X, Butow P, Meiser B, Clarke S, Goldstein D. Attitudes to cancer and associated information and communication needs: An exploratory study of Chinese patients and their relatives. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Medicine 1999; 29: 207-213. 52. Saul H (News Editor), Tucker K, Meiser B. Evaluating the psychological impact of genetic testing for breast cancer. News article. European Journal of Cancer 1998; 34: 1985. 53. Meiser B, Harding C, Mitchell P, Fitzgerald M, Steel Z, Malak, A. An exploratory study of Arabic-speaking clients' evaluations of working with a bilingual counsellor. Psychotherapy in Australia 1997; 3(4):48-51. 54. Meiser B, Gurr R. Non-English-speaking persons' perceptions of mental illness and associated information needs: An exploratory study of the Arabic-, Greek- and Italian- speaking communities in NSW. Health Promotion Journal of Australia 1996; 6(3):44-49.

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